• What is your favorite children's book? • What is your dream job? • What was your childhood nickname? • What was the model of your first car? • Who was your favorite singer or band in high school? • Who was your favorite film star or character in school?
Security Question 2:
• What was the first name of your first boss? • In what city did your parents meet? • What was the name of your first pet? • What is the first name of your best friend in high school? • What was the first film you saw in the theater? • What was the first thing you learned to cook?
Security Question 3:
• What is the last name of your favorite elementary school teacher? • Where did you go the first time you flew on a plane? • What is the name of the street where you grew up? • What is the name of the first beach you visited? • What was the first album that you purchased? • What is the name of your favorite sports team?
The problem is painfully obvious — the questions are far too subjective or else are based on easily obtainable information.
What then does one do?
Whatever the question, create a nonsense answer. But then you'll have another problem… you'll forget the nonsense when needed.